Diablo III Soundtrack on iTunes

It’s been a tradition for years for Blizzard to release the soundtrack of their video games in iTunes. The Diablo III Soundtrack is now available — for those who didn’t get ahold of the Diablo III Collector’s Edition.

Want the sounds of Sanctuary to accompany you wherever you go? The Diablo III Soundtrack is now available for purchase directly from iTunes! The new album features 23 tracks that score your journey through Sanctuary and beyond, from the familiar guitar that greets you in New Tristram to the epic orchestral arrangements that see you through your trials in the Burning Hells.

Also up on iTunes today: The Music of Diablo 1996-2011, a 17-track collection of some of the series’ most memorable musical moments, put together to celebrate Diablo’s 15-year anniversary in late 2011. Grab both of these albums, and bask in the hellish harmony.

 

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  • John Smith

    If you like Diablo III music, you should check out this concert that I found!! ! It’s going to take place at the Meyerhoff in Baltimore on July 28th (right in the heat of Otakon!) featuring music from Skyrim, Halo, God of War, and more! Evidently, it’s going to be “The Ultimate Games & Anime Experience.” You can even come to the concert in costume! Here’s more info:

    “A Night in Fantasia: The Ultimate Games & Anime Experience

    Join the BSO for an exhilarating, one-night-only performance of music from some of the greatest video game and anime scores ever created, all arranged for full orchestra with production by Eminence Symphony Orchestra founder Hiroaki Yura! The show also features vocalist Jillian Aversa, who can be heard on the soundtracks of Soulcaliber V, Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary, God of War and more.

    Get your tickets today! http://www.bsomusic.org/pc/25432/1,8,44

    Come dressed as your favorite video game or anime character!”